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  • n. Any of a class of nickel / iron alloys that have a high magnetic permeability


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  • Did a bit of work with stress reducers and surfactants vis a vis permalloy plating 20 years ago.

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  • To a large extent they are responsible for the development of radio, the development of broadcasting equipment, the development of trans-Atlantic telephony, the development of the artificial larynx, the audiphone for testing hearing, and permalloy which enables telegraph cables to carry several times the load which they were previously able to carry, and dozens of other very interesting and very useful developments.

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  • To the naked eye, permalloy looks like the mixture of 80 percent nickel and 20 percent iron that it is.

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  • Using an atomic force microscope, Mankey photographed the magnetic domains of permalloy, often used in hard drives.

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  • Minne said magnetic media were an important area of research for Veeco, which increases the composition's relevance to customers as well as those who use permalloy daily on their computer hard drives.

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  • In addition, Hopkins said Mankey and other winners would have the chance to present his research on permalloy at the conference.

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  • University of Alabama professor Gary Mankey's photo of permalloy, a substance used in hard drives, beat thousands of contenders for inclusion in technology firm Veeco's 2009 calendar.

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  • When an alternating magnetic fi eld is applied, the iron-nickel (permalloy) disc vortices shift, creating an oscillation, which transmits a mechanical force to the cell. - latest science and technology news stories


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